Jack is now out of jail and he meets Nick, his adolescent son. Their relationship will be complicated, because Jack has a problem with alcohol. But his love for Nick will help him to get over the past and reach his dreams. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Jack is now out of jail and he meets Nick, his adolescent son. Their relationship will be complicated, because Jack has a problem with alcohol. But his love for Nick will help him to get over the past and reach his dreams.
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Yihi W (it) wrote: At first it all seemed ridiculous but by the end of the whole movie I actually felt quite complicated.
Alton C (de) wrote: I didn't like this sequel as much as the original. I just couldn't buy the storyline or the lackluster ending. The acting was decent though, and a couple of the shot choices and fight scenes worked but this movie was ultimately a let down. They should have done a prequel instead. And what the hell was up with the corny music during the fight scenes!?
Erik G (es) wrote: Forest Whitaker for some reason decided to amuse himself and do his role in who knows what accent. (The closest thing I can think of is one of the "funny voices" Letterman does.) This was the second "American independent" film I've encountered that was made in Iceland, where it was funded by Kaupithing, one of the banks that wrecked its country's economy. A symptom of more money than sense. "Hey, what else can we dabble in with our millions?" "How about making movies?" "Sure!"
Tracy F (jp) wrote: Never saw this when it came out. Started out strong but had it figured out within the first thirty minutes.
Eric J (de) wrote: This Movie Really Goes Nowhere and Stays On A Flat Line All The Way Through, Mike Myers Was Ok as Steve Rubell And The Style Along With Flashy Looks Of The Reality In The Film Were Ok But not Great, Overall The Movie Was Pretty Bad And Delivered Many Bad Performances By The People In It Plus The Story Is Shallow And A Waste Of Time In Many Parts Also, Plus Being Very Weird And Really Dumb Founded Also. "Two Thumbs Down" Its Not A Great Film At all.
Mike S (ca) wrote: The storyline was bad, Farley and Spade were rather funny in it, but, the story and the plot were just bad, it just doesn't do it for me. Just my opinion of course.
Alex r (us) wrote: Cannibal Ferox is yet another, sleazy and extremely gory cannibal film. The film is excessively gory, violent and should appeal to gore fans and grind house film fans. This film is meant to shock and disgust and it does that in spades. As far as cannibal films are concerned, this film doesn't this film doesn't offer anything new or exciting. The film just plays out for gross out shocks and that's about it. I've gotten used to this type of cinema, and I really wanted to enjoy this. However Cannibal Ferox just doesn't deliver the thrills that so many other exploitation classics had done so well. Umberto Lenzi basically does what Ruggero Deodato did with Cannibal Holocaust, which was a far superior film. Although entertaining, I just felt that Cannibal Ferox didn't do anything memorable, and it was basically the same old formula at work. This film will surely appeal to fans of the genre, but is definitely not a film for the faint of heart and a lot of it is hard to take. After this film, there haven't been many cannibal films that have tried doing to something refreshing. Everything has been done before, and though high in violence content, this film doesn't horrify the Cannibal Holocaust did. A good film, but it doesn't have a hint of originality, and it's clear that the cannibal genre quickly lost its shock value, as this film like the ones that came bore it relied on the same old things that have made this genre of film notorious. For what it is, it should appeal to exploitation film fans, and despite the fact that it uses the same gross out tricks, there's a good cult classic here.
Donald P (au) wrote: Pacino and Depp. Two of my favorite actors. One of the best Mobster movies ever made.
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Tim S (au) wrote: There are some people out there that find Fletch Lives to be not as good as its predecessor. For myself, I had a difficult time coming around to the original in the first place, but after having liked the original more upon further analysis and seeing its sequel, I found it to be equal, if not superior, to the original film. There were lots of elements that bothered me in the original, specifically Geena Davis' character. She's now been excised for the sequel, and the sequel itself focuses its story more in a different direction. It's sort of like the second episode of a TV show, which is a great. It's not just a retreading. There's some nice location work too, and the jokes are just as funny, if not funnier. I really liked the sequel a lot, as if you couldn't tell, and it's a shame that they didn't make another one.